The State of Wireless

| July 10, 2018

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Welcome to CTIA’s 2018 State of Wireless report, a comprehensive look at the key facts and figures that tell the story of America’s wireless industry. It’s a remarkable story—one of American ingenuity, innovation, and investment combining to create a world-leading wireless ecosystem that powers the U.S. economy. It’s also a story of human connections: the phone calls, the text messages, and the video chats. Wherever you are, wireless keeps you connected to the important people in your life. Wireless continues to improve every day. Mobile speeds are faster than ever. Coverage continues to expand, even in challenging-toserve rural areas. Mobile devices pack more power and capabilities. All the while, fierce competition drives prices down.

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